Book Reviews of Warriors: All the Truth, Tactics, and Triumphs of History's Greatest Fighters

Warriors: All the Truth, Tactics, and Triumphs of History's Greatest Fighters
Warriors All the Truth Tactics and Triumphs of History's Greatest Fighters
Author: James Harpur
ISBN-13: 9781416939511
ISBN-10: 1416939512
Publication Date: 7/10/2007
Pages: 32
Reading Level: Ages 9-12
Rating:
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5 stars, based on 2 ratings
Publisher: Atheneum
Book Type: Hardcover
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Reviewed by Me for TeensReadToo.com

Along the same lines as PIRATES: MOST WANTED, WARRIORS takes us behind-the-scenes to discover the true lives of long-lost warriors of old.

This interactive book takes us into the lives of the Assyrians, the Spartans, Alexander and the Macedonians, the Celts, the Romans, Gladiators, the Vikings, the Samurai, the Ninja, Genghis Khan and the Mongols, Medieval Knights, the Aztecs, and the Zulus.

What's great about this book, besides the facts and figures, is its ability to truly draw you into the world that it's describing. There are posters, envelopes filled with interesting cards, pop-ups, awesome graphics, and all sorts of fun things that you can spend your time getting lost in.

This is the perfect reference book to use as a guide for that pesky book report, or just a good read that you can spend the day exploring in detail. Either way, you're sure to learn something, and how can your parents say no to that?
reviewed Warriors: All the Truth, Tactics, and Triumphs of History's Greatest Fighters on + 7145 more book reviews
Reviewed by Me for TeensReadToo.com

Along the same lines as PIRATES: MOST WANTED, WARRIORS takes us behind-the-scenes to discover the true lives of long-lost warriors of old.

This interactive book takes us into the lives of the Assyrians, the Spartans, Alexander and the Macedonians, the Celts, the Romans, Gladiators, the Vikings, the Samurai, the Ninja, Genghis Khan and the Mongols, Medieval Knights, the Aztecs, and the Zulus.

What's great about this book, besides the facts and figures, is its ability to truly draw you into the world that it's describing. There are posters, envelopes filled with interesting cards, pop-ups, awesome graphics, and all sorts of fun things that you can spend your time getting lost in.

This is the perfect reference book to use as a guide for that pesky book report, or just a good read that you can spend the day exploring in detail. Either way, you're sure to learn something, and how can your parents say no to that?